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TCL May Release Its First Blackberry Smartphone in 2017


TCL Communication confirms that they will feature their first product at the CES 2017. Could it be the Blackberry DTEK70? Recently, BlackBerry Limited entered into a long-term licensing agreement with TCL Communication. Under the agreement, Blackberry licensed its security software and service suite, and related brand assets to TCL. The agreement allows it to design, manufacture, sell and provide support ...

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Samsung Galaxy S8 May Arrive with 8 GB of RAM

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8 has not yet been released but the rumors for this highly-anticipated smartphone are pretty unstoppable. Most of them remain to be speculations. However, one tipster from one of China’s most influential micro-blogging site, the Weibo, has revealed one interesting aspect of the Samsung Galaxy S8. According to this person, the device will come with an 8GB of RAM. ...

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Apple Watch 3 Rumors: 5 New Features to Expect

Apple Watch 3 Rumors

The Apple Watch 3 rumors are becoming a reality today. Just this December 23, the United State’s Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) just revealed that Apple had submitted a patent application. Specifically, this technology is for a “wearable” device. Specifically, the application indicates the integration of haptic response to a band attachment. In short, Apple is already on the move ...

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Backlog In OLED-Making Equipment May Derail Apple Plan For New iPhone Display

canon tokki equipment

Apple’s plan to use OLED displays on its iPhone devices may hit a snag. This is due to the current backlog in the OLED-making equipment. Bloomberg says Canon Toki Corporation has ‘near monopoly’ for this type of equipment. The company spent over two decades in perfecting the manufacturing equipment used by OLED screen makers. But, the company faces a growing backlog despite ...

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Nokia Filed More Lawsuits Against Apple in Asia, Europe and US


Nokia has expanded its patent infringement lawsuit filed against Apple, one day after it filed its original lawsuit last December 21. On Wednesday, Nokia files for infringement claims against the technology giant on the use of its H.264 codec. Aside from the said codec, Nokia also complains about Apple’s use of Nokia antenna, chipsets, displays, user interfaces, and software. The ...

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